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Posted on 12-09-11 04:03
Alright, so I'm using firefox 6.0.2, and javascript injection isn't working for me. It's always worked for me before. I'm putting

javascript COLON alert(document DOT cookie) SEMICOLON

in the address bar, and it's giving me nothing. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.
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Posted on 12-09-11 04:45
I'm fairly certain you can't use javascript in the new Firefox versions. You should try Opera or something..I quite like it. Wink
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Posted on 12-09-11 07:14
Tools > options > content > enable javascript


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Posted on 12-09-11 12:16
Z3D4 wrote:
I'm fairly certain you can't use javascript in the new Firefox versions. You should try Opera or something..I quite like it. Wink

Your first sentence is correct. I'm not sure I agree with your second one though.

Javascript in the location bar was disabled to stop the kind of social engineering attack you get on Facebook: "Copy and paste this into your address bar to win a free pair of speakers!!!!!!!". You can still execute Javascript in Firefox using the Web Console (Ctrl+Shift+K). Any of the following will work from the Web Console:

> alert(document.cookie)

> print(document.cookie)

> document.cookie


You really should think about getting Firebug though - its console is a lot better than the built in Web Console.

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EDIT: Found the relevant bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=656433


Try a new search engine

Edited by starofale on 12-09-11 15:51
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Posted on 12-09-11 17:41
JS injection works fine for me from Firefox 6.0.2 address bar.


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Posted on 12-09-11 20:47
system_meltdown wrote:
JS injection works fine for me from Firefox 6.0.2 address bar.

Hmm, that's odd. Javascript doesn't work when I type it in the address bar on a fresh Firefox profile with 6.0.2.

Are you sure you don't have any addons or non-default preferences set that might be enabling it for you?

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Unrelated: I typed JavaScript with a capital 's' for script. Why does it show up with a little s?


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Edited by starofale on 12-09-11 20:58
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Posted on 12-09-11 23:08
Thanks everyone, I've gotten firebug, it seems to be working.